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Old August 11th 17, 03:30 PM posted to alt.free.newsservers,news.software.readers,alt.comp.os.windows-10
dale
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Default Pan, Windows 10

On 8/11/17 12:47 AM, Evgenii Sputnik wrote:

Evgenii Sputnik


more appropriate for news.software.readers and maybe alt.comp.os.windows-10

crossposted ...

from the pan site

http://pan.rebelbase.com/

Windows is a binary I think

https://sites.google.com/site/paninstall/

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Old August 11th 17, 07:51 PM posted to alt.free.newsservers,news.software.readers,alt.comp.os.windows-10
nee noshe
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Default Pan, Windows 10

On 8/11/2017 8:30 AM, dale wrote:
On 8/11/17 12:47 AM, Evgenii Sputnik wrote:

Evgenii Sputnik


more appropriate for news.software.readers and maybe alt.comp.os.windows-10

crossposted ...

from the pan site

http://pan.rebelbase.com/

Windows is a binary I think

https://sites.google.com/site/paninstall/


Set up a virtual box and then install a flavor of linux and pan.

https://www.virtualbox.org/

https://linuxmint.com/

https://www.ubuntu.com/



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Old August 11th 17, 09:19 PM posted to alt.free.newsservers,news.software.readers,alt.comp.os.windows-10
Paul[_32_]
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Default Pan, Windows 10

nee noshe wrote:
On 8/11/2017 8:30 AM, dale wrote:
On 8/11/17 12:47 AM, Evgenii Sputnik wrote:

Evgenii Sputnik


more appropriate for news.software.readers and maybe
alt.comp.os.windows-10

crossposted ...

from the pan site

http://pan.rebelbase.com/

Windows is a binary I think

https://sites.google.com/site/paninstall/


Set up a virtual box and then install a flavor of linux and pan.

https://www.virtualbox.org/

https://linuxmint.com/

https://www.ubuntu.com/


That's good if you have sufficient horsepower.

I run VirtualBox on this machine, with a dual core, and
it just doesn't have the poop needed to run the graphics
at full speed. The "experimental DirectX acceleration"
in VirtualBox does nothing for LinuxMint guest.

As for Windows 10, it isn't that scary.

Here is Pan running in Win10.

https://s27.postimg.org/a0mcm6tvn/PAN_on_Win10.jpg

The Win10 doesn't run that snappy in VirtualBox either.
I had to cut the nuts off it, to speed it up (rename
msmpeng.exe, neuter a backgroundtaskhost set of
DLLs, disable wuaueng or so, and so on). If you don't
cut the nuts off it, Microsoft manages to run the
dual cores at 100%... doing sweet **** all. At
least now, with some of their stuff disabled,
I have enough cycles left to do a Pan install :-)
Previous releases weren't this bad.

So my Win10 VM won't be receiving updates, nor will it
have a working Windows Defender. No big deal.

One of the reasons for trying that, is I wanted to see
if the OS was self-repairing, and could undo my changes.
I was kinda surprised they didn't run DISM and SFC /scannow
and get even with me for doing that. I did the renames
from Linux, so permissions would not be a problem.

Paul
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Old August 13th 17, 01:26 AM posted to alt.free.newsservers,news.software.readers,alt.comp.os.windows-10
Bob
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Default Pan, Windows 10

In article , lid says...

nee noshe wrote:
On 8/11/2017 8:30 AM, dale wrote:
On 8/11/17 12:47 AM, Evgenii Sputnik wrote:

Evgenii Sputnik


more appropriate for news.software.readers and maybe
alt.comp.os.windows-10

crossposted ...

from the pan site

http://pan.rebelbase.com/

Windows is a binary I think

https://sites.google.com/site/paninstall/


Set up a virtual box and then install a flavor of linux and pan.

https://www.virtualbox.org/

https://linuxmint.com/

https://www.ubuntu.com/


That's good if you have sufficient horsepower.

I run VirtualBox on this machine, with a dual core, and
it just doesn't have the poop needed to run the graphics
at full speed. The "experimental DirectX acceleration"
in VirtualBox does nothing for LinuxMint guest.

As for Windows 10, it isn't that scary.

Here is Pan running in Win10.

https://s27.postimg.org/a0mcm6tvn/PAN_on_Win10.jpg

The Win10 doesn't run that snappy in VirtualBox either.
I had to cut the nuts off it, to speed it up (rename
msmpeng.exe, neuter a backgroundtaskhost set of
DLLs, disable wuaueng or so, and so on). If you don't
cut the nuts off it, Microsoft manages to run the
dual cores at 100%... doing sweet **** all. At
least now, with some of their stuff disabled,
I have enough cycles left to do a Pan install :-)
Previous releases weren't this bad.

So my Win10 VM won't be receiving updates, nor will it
have a working Windows Defender. No big deal.

One of the reasons for trying that, is I wanted to see
if the OS was self-repairing, and could undo my changes.
I was kinda surprised they didn't run DISM and SFC /scannow
and get even with me for doing that. I did the renames
from Linux, so permissions would not be a problem.

Paul


I'm running Windows 10 Pro natively on an i5-6600K without any tweaks with
Outlook, Microplanet Gravity, and Firefox idling. Task Manager says I'm using
2% of my CPU running at .77 GHz. I wonder if the issue isn't VirtualBox having
problems with Windows 10. If my wife didn't need a bunch of Windows-only
programs, I'd probably just run LinuxMint.

Bob

 




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